7 Funny Autocorrect Fail Websites to Check Out

Endless Screenshot Fun of the Most Hilarious Autocorrect Mistakes

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If you own a smartphone, you can probably admit to having at least one autocorrect fail experience. When your phone automatically generates a word you don't want to use, it can completely change the meaning of your entire message in the most unexpected way.

It happens to all of us. And sometimes we just can't help but take a screenshot of it to share on social media when it's funny or crazy enough to tell other people about it. It's a big trend that has spawned a lot of websites lately.

Got some time to kill? Here are just seven great autocorrect fail websites to bookmark and follow for some good entertainment.

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Damn You Autocorrect!

Damn You Autocorrect
Screenshot of DamnYouAutoCorrect.com

This is one of the most popular websites out there for funny text messages gone wrong. New screenshots are added every day, so you can be sure to see lots of great content here on a regular basis. You can also submit your own if you have any, browse through recent submissions and take a look at the hall of fame to see the funniest fails.

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FU, Autocorrect!

FU Auto Correct
Screenshot of FYouAutocorrect.com

Another one to add to your list of great autocorrect sites to follow is F U, Autocorrect. In addition to regular daily updates, you can also check out their Best Of and Randomize tabs for endless entertainment. Submit your own screenshot, and even check out their published book if you really end up loving what they have to offer.

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The Fail Blog's Autocorrect Tag

Fail Blog
Screenshot of Cheezburger.com

If you know about the I Can Has Cheezburger network, then you probably also know about LOLcats and the Fail Blog. They were pretty popular years ago, and they're still quite popular today. The Fail Blog's autocorrect tag will show you all the most recently published autocorrect fails, which include a mix of screenshots from smartphones and other website platforms.

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Tumblr's Autocorrect Fail Tag

Screenshot of Tumblr.com

Tumblr is the place you want to be if you love funny images and GIFs—and because its user base is so young, you can bet that tons of text message screenshots are shared every day. I'd recommend following the autocorrect fail tag for recently updated posts. There are individual blogs that have focused on the trend too, like WTF Autocorrects, but many go inactive after a while.

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Why, Siri, Why?

Why, Siri, Why?
Screenshot of WhySiriWhy.com

Speaking of great Tumblr blogs that have gone inactive, Why, Siri, Why? is definitely one that's worth mentioning here. Despite the fact that their last published entry was in 2012, the blog has a good archive of screenshots featuring mistakes of Apple's personal assistant feature, Siri. The site is actually from the same company that oversees Damn You Autocorrect! You can browse through it, but I wouldn't follow the blog for new updates since it's clearly been abandoned.

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/r/texts on Reddit

Screenshot of Reddit.com

Like Tumblr, Reddit is another obvious place to look for funny and recently posted content. For screenshots of texts and autocorrects, you'll want to check out the Texts subreddit. Although you won't see multiple submissions every day, you can at least expect to see some really good ones shared and upvoted every couple of days or so. 

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Screenshot of Tumblr.com

Great name for this type of website, right? Smartphowned used to be a website that eventually moved to Tumblr. It keeps its posts pretty streamlined and mostly features iPhone text screenshots. The only downside to this one is that it appears to be inactive since hasn't been updated in a couple years, but you should be able to find some good ones if you're willing to browse through its archive.